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Shelagh is an Edinburgh based artist using enamel or paint to create her work.
Her inspiration comes from the colours and shapes of the landscape around her, constantly changing with the seasons.
Shelagh’s enamel pictures consist of many layers of glass powder, sifted or painted until the colours and textures reflect the shifting patterns of the fields and trees in the Aberdeen farmland which she often visits.
The snow-laden skies and striking contrasts of winter particularly influence her.
Inverleith Trees - £180 - ★ Sold
Hay Bales and Olive Field - £150 - 26cm by 24cm - ★ Sold
Trees above the field - £140 - ★ Sold
Storm Grey Sky - £140 - ★ Sold
Orange Leaves - £140 - ★ Sold
Forest Mist - £140 - ★ Sold
Newhaven Harbour - £550 - 64cm by 54cm - ★ Sold
Winter Trees and Shadows - £140 - ★ Sold
Winter Cottage Trees - £140 - ★ Sold
Grey Sky - £150 - 23cm by 23cm - ★ Sold
Towards The Farm - £145 - 25cm by 23cm - ★ Sold
Tree and Green Field - £150 - 26cm by 24cm - ★ Sold
Trees and Shadows - £150 - ★ Sold
Haybales and Furrows - £150 - 26cm by 24cm
Olive and Gold Field - £150 - 26cm by 24cm
Fir Trees and Olive Field - £150 - 26cm by 24cm
Autumn Shadows - £150 - 24cm by 26cm